300 sandwiches for Mandela Day

2016-07-26 06:00
Photo: Tenley Cummings Graham du Randt, Doug Anderson and Shiveni Naidoo.

Photo: Tenley Cummings Graham du Randt, Doug Anderson and Shiveni Naidoo.

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THE Domino Foundation is a non-profit organisation that believes in the power of a changed life. They have a range of community outreach programmes that focus on the individual - to empower, uplift and transform their lives so they too can impact on others around them. They currently impact the lives of just over 4 000 individuals, ranging from 0 to 18 years of age, every single day. Their motto is ‘Change a life, change a community.’

The Domino Foundation is divided into four categories: The Babies Home, Feeding Programme, Early Childhood Development and Life Skills

In celebration of Nelson Mandela’s birthday Compass Medical Waste Services’ staff, supported the Domino Foundation Sandwich Kitchen which forms part of their Feeding Programme.

“What a wonderful way to spend 67 minutes - ensuring 300 children received a lunch time meal and a great team building exercise,’’ added Tenley Cummings, marketing manager for Compass.

“As long as poverty, injustice and gross inequality persist in our world, none of us can truly rest.” – Nelson Mandela


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